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 Post subject: Recording two cameras, viewing w3d polarized dual projectors
PostPosted: 10 Feb 2011, 23:23 

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I've got the cameras, the filters, the viewing lenses, the non-depolarzing screen, the projectors. I need a multiplexer and a demultiplexer. Two streams in/two streams out.
Ideas? Wait? I don't want to.


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 Post subject: Re: Recording two cameras, viewing w3d polarized dual projec
PostPosted: 11 Feb 2011, 00:36 
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Have you checked this post: http://3dvision-blog.com/dual-camera-ri ... nt-method/


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 Post subject: Re: Recording two cameras, viewing w3d polarized dual projec
PostPosted: 22 Mar 2011, 01:13 

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if you use the stereoscopic player, you can play each side on 2 pc screens (provided your graphic card has 2 outputs and enough memory to set both screen at the required resolution).
since most video projectors have either a VGA or DVI input, there should be no problem.
make sure you got a very powerful pc, because playing 2 full HD stream is a ressource hog.
If you want to avoid the use of a PC, there is currently no solutions (except the cypressCH-322 for about $400, not available yet ), since we can consider that purchasing an HDMI demultiplexer is probably several thousand $ more expensive than building a decent PC.
The cypress CH-322 is supposed to be a 2 boxes set with each box able to decode one side of an HDMI 1.4 signal (from a 3D blu-ray player). It is unclear what other output you would get (for glasses sync for example). You would just need to add an HDMI splitter to feed each box. This would be twice cheaper than the Matrox solution that is rated only 720p.
For those ables to produce full HD blu-ray discs (using an MVC encoder), that could be an easy setup.


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